Pune, Maharashtra, India

TAIN Square, a one million square foot residential and commercial high rise project in the heart of Pune costing 50 crores is a visionary project in the cityscape of Pune. The architect and the client have come together to create an urban space that would symbolize the city.

The development consists of twelve buildings, each of which is a ground plus ten storey structure with the latest post tensioned, flat slab techniques. India’s first modular homes are built using award winning cutting edge technology, which allows owners placing their own stamp of originality on their homes as well as the flexibility of making structural changes in the future should the need arise.

Innovation at TAIN Square starts with customers, who have the opportunity to choose their layouts of their residences according to their budgets. From simple bathroom fittings, tiles and colour schemes to the number of rooms, the owners have an ample choice and full control in the design of their new homes.

The TAIN Square development includes an extensive public space with shops, restaurants and cafes reminiscing of the plazas of Europe. TAIN Square offers a widely different environment, catering to the emerging needs and desires of the global Indian.


LocationPune, Maharashtra, India

Built Up Area10,000 Square Meters (Phase –I)

Site Area15 Acres

Completion2005 (Phase-I)


TAIN Constructions, Pune

Prime Contractor

TAIN Constructions, Pune


Structural Design : TAIN Consulting, Pune

Construction Management : TAIN Constructions, Pune

Utility Design : ABB Consultants, Pune


Ramprasad Akkisetti

Design Team

Prof. Christopher Benninger, Daraius Choksi, Rahul Sathe, Amod Tikhe, K.Senthil Nathan and Jagdeesh Taluri